Step down? Streetsblog has an intriguing and bewildering contest happening right now, asking readers to chime in on the Sorriest Bus Stop in America competition. This week’s contenders are Seattle and Fremont.
“Let’s take a look at the shoddy pedestrian environment that sprawling land use planning, car-centric street design, and plain old disregard for bus riders have created in what are supposedly two enlightened regions of the country,” notes the transit publication.
American cities are designed for cars. As traffic chokes the streets they have, cities urge commuters to take mass transit, yet make little effort to help them do it. For those who ride buses to work or school, the worst part of the...
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It's a lonely bus stop on the edge of the six-lane Route 29 in a hilly block with no sidewalk or crosswalk nearby.
A bus stop in the county took top (dis)honors in a nationwide contest.